Innovative Thermal
Energy Storage™

Across the Global Cold Chain

Viking Cold Solutions™ is a thermal energy management company focused on making the world’s cold storage systems more efficient.

Viking Cold’s Thermal Energy Storage Systems have saved their clients over  MWh of energy, reduced carbon footprint by over 3,900 metric tons, and mitigated over $13M of product loss. Their team has deep expertise in cold storage energy management, supermarket energy management, and thermal energy storage systems.

 

Energy Savings for our customers:

 

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Real-Time Energy Consumption Reporting Lowers Utility Bills

Bills – no one likes getting them, especially when they’re hard to decipher. Energy bills can be particularly challenging to understand, with few people able to wrap their heads around all the technical elements listed on a monthly statement. But for businesses with operations that consume a great deal of energy, being able to make sense of a utility bill is critical to ensuring expenses stay low.

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How Thermal Energy Storage Works to Save You Money

Energy is fundamental to human life, but why does it have to be so expensive? The cost of powering lights, heating, ventilation, and cooling systems can have a substantial impact on a commercial consumer’s bottom line. At Viking Cold Solutions, we believe organizations with refrigeration needs shouldn’t have to spend considerable financial resources on energy costs. That’s why we develop energy saving solutions for businesses like grocers, warehouse operators, and food processing facilities with specific temperature needs.

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Energy Storage Trends for the Cold Chain

Anyone that pays an electric bill knows that cooling measures such as air conditioning and refrigeration require a lot of energy and cost a lot of money. So imagine the energy requirement and expense of running the refrigeration systems found in cold storage warehouses, supermarkets, and food processing facilities where temperature must be maintained at a specific level to avoid product spoilage. It’s a costly operation, but fortunately new technologies are emerging to provide thermal energy management to companies looking to cut refrigeration costs through improved energy efficiency. 

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